Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Occurrence"

The meaning of "Occurrence" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa cancel occurrence?
A: Just "he canceled occurrence" would be rather awkward. However, something like "He canceled *this* occurrence" would probably make sense there. It's possible whoever typed it just forgot a word there.
Q: O que significa occurrence?
A: the amount of times that something happens or occurs
For example lightning is a natural occurrence.
Q: O que significa repetitive occurrence?
A: For something to 'occur' means that it happens.

We call the fact of occurring an 'occurrence'. E.g. 'several occurrences of fraud among international bankers'.

Repetition is something happening over and over. Repetitive is an adjective describing something that happens over and over.

So, 'repetitive occurrences' is where something has happened over and over.
Q: O que significa occurrence ?

Synonyms of "Occurrence" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre occurrence e occasion e "Cathy became fearful at the last minute that its lack of length might be too daring for such a grand ______________" I've thought an occasion is more suitable here but an "occurrence" is in the keys. Is it a mistake or does occurrence sound better? ?
A: What is the “its”? What is being talked about?

Occurrence: Something happening suddenly, etc.
Occasion: An event. Not happening every time. E.g. Christmas, New Year, etc.

I am guessing it is occasion. It sounds like Cathy is talking about a dress. I want to be sure so please give more context.

You should define these words in a dictionary for more clarity as they have double meanings. I hope this helps:)
Q: Qual é a diferença entre occurrence e occasion ?
A:occurrence” is used to explain a specific incident or event. It can also be used to explain frequency or existence. here are example sentences for each.

-an event:
“vandalism and other crime is no longer a rare occurrence
It is no longer a rare event that happens

-frequency:
“the occurrence of cancer increases with age”
cancer happens more frequently the older you get

-existence:
“the occurrence of a wild fire can be very bad”
the existence or the fact that the wild fire does exist is bad

for “occasion”, it can be used to describe a fancy event/party...
“I wore a very fancy dress to that occasion”
but it can also be used to describe a specific event.
“on one occasion, I stayed up until 1am”

It can also be used in the future tense or talking about something that is going to happen.
“in the occasion of a fire, we will exit the building quickly.”
Q: Qual é a diferença entre occurrence e occasion ?
A: occurrence - usually an unplanned incident
occasion - usually a planned special event
Ex: What a rare occurrence! vs. What a lovely occasion!
hope this helps!
Q: Qual é a diferença entre occurrence e happening ?
A: There’s no difference between the two but occurrence is almost always used instead of using happening. You’ll most likely come across happening in literature.

Translations of "Occurrence"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? The occurrence of dying of sudden illness in middle-aged and aged men is far more than that of women.
Is the sentence authentic? Please help me rectify it. Thanks.
A: "The death rate due to sudden illness in middle-aged and older men is far greater than that of women."
I hope this helps!
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? occurrence
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? weird, conscientious, bizarre, occurrence,ventriloquy, necessary, embarrass, maneuver, separate, definitely.
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Other questions about "Occurrence"

Q: What's the most amazing natural occurrence you've witnessed?

I witnessed an eclipse when I was a kid, I was so amazed by it. It was in the middle of the day, but I was able to see the shadow of the sun on the moon. At the time, I felt like it was the end of the world!
A: I witnessed an eclipse when I was a kid. I was so amazed by it. << with a comma, it is a run-on sentence. Also you could say: It was amazing! It left me feeling amazed.

It was in the middle of the day, but I was able to see the shadow of the earth on the moon (or on the moon's surface). (The sun casts the earth's shadow upon the moon.)
Q: A common occurrence on HiNative:
When you get a good answer, you try to answer the answerer's question in return, but they doesn't ask a question. The next time you notice that person's question, someone else has already given them a good answer. soa natural?
A: A common occurrence on HiNative:
When you get a good answer, you try to answer the answerer's question in return, but they either haven’t asked a question, or when you’ve found one of that person's questions the next time, someone else has already given them a good answer.
Q: After these horrific occurrence, Oprah was sent to live with his father, who was strict and made education the highest priority for her, in Tennessee. He gave his daughter the secure home life she needed. It was a major turning point in her life. Her father told her, “What you have done is the past, and you along get to determine what your future will be.” She felt encouraged by his word; she disassociated herself from the pathetic past and never looked back. She began attending Nashville East High School, where she learned public speaking and drama, and was eventually elected the school president; her outstanding skills had developed there. Furthermore, she participated in a speaking competition and won a full scholarship to Tennessee States University. She gained confidence in herself and her speaking abilities. As if that was not enough, she won Miss Black Tennessee Beauty Pageant at age of 17. Additionally, she was offered to read news by local radio, serving the African American community in 〇〇. soa natural?
A: In the beginning, occurence would be plural because of the use of the word "these."
Since it is Oprah's father, you would use the pronoun "she."
"What you have done is the past," works, but adding the word, "in" after "is" sounds more natural.
Along should be alone.
While "pathetic past" works, words like "dark" are more often used.
"As if that was not enough," sounds negative, a phrase like "On top of all that," sounds better to me, personally.
Q: 品質問題発生防止のため。
For prevent the occurrence of a quality problem. soa natural?
A: "For the prevention of the occurrence of a quality problem"

"To prevent the occurrence of a quality problem"

Maybe "For quality control" would be ok too. "Quality control" is a common expression.
Q: What does the they saying under 41, 42, 43?


37
00:05:56,551 --> 00:05:59,066
Actually, it's not
as bad as it sounds.

38
00:06:00,454 --> 00:06:03,826
It's a fairly common occurrence,
easily treated.

39
00:06:05,701 --> 00:06:06,622
In fact,

40
00:06:07,916 --> 00:06:09,772
the news is all good.

41
00:06:11,549 --> 00:06:13,199
What do you mean, good?

42
00:06:14,423 --> 00:06:16,223
You mean, like, good good?

43
00:06:18,564 --> 00:06:20,337
You mean, like, remission good?
A: It's like, "いいはどういう意味?本当いいさ?"

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